Accountant docked for alleged fraud, documents falsification, perjury

Men of Force Criminal Investigation Department (ForceCID) Annex, Alagbon-Ikoyi, Lagos, has arraigned a 50 year-old accountant, Rasak Adeniji, before a Yaba Magistrate’s Court, Lagos, over alleged conspiracy, fraud, perjury, documents falsification, misrepresentation of fact, stealing and unlawful eviction. The accountant was arraigned before the court presided over by Magistrate A. O. Olatunbosun on seven counts charge of the above mentioned offences. The prosecutor, Mr. Morufu Animashaun informed the court that the defendant (Adeniji) who was the accountant in Damtina Stores Limited, did conspired with others at large committed the offence…

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Court sentences man arrested with 4.2 tonnes of Marijuana to 5 years imprisonment

A Lagos Federal High Court, today, convicted and sentenced a 24 year-old man, Yusuf Taofeek, to five years imprisonment, for unlawful transportation of 4, 238.29 Kilogrames of Cannabis Sativa, popularly called marijuana. Justice Daniel Osiagor, gave the man the jail-term, after he pleaded guilty to the two counts charge of conspiracy to transport and unlawful transportation of the prohibited leaves, made against him by the men of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA). NDLEA lawyer, Lambert Nor, had arraigned the convict before the court on the two counts charge,…

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APTN Board inaugurated as Hassan Zakari receives plaundits

Seven members of the new board of the Association Of Tourism Practitioners of Nigeria, were inaugurated in Abuja on Wednesday. Justice Idi Appolos who performed the oath office of the trustees, enjoined the members drawn from the six geopolitical zones of the country, to stay focused and faithful to the extant laws setting up the oldest private sector tourism association. Members inaugurated were Alhaji kabir Malan , Ganiyu Tarzan shekoni Balogun, Andrew Ehanire, Nkereuwem Onung, John likita Best, Frank Meke and Alhaji Abdulmumuni Mapindi. Alhaji Kabir Malan, chairman of the…

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NDLEA arrests 26,458, jailed 3,733, counselled, treated 19,401 in 24 months

Chairman/Chief Executive Officer of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency, NDLEA, Brig. Gen. Mohamed Buba Marwa (Retd) has warned that unrepentant drug barons and cartels will face tougher time in 2023 if they fail to back out of the illicit drug business. Marwa gave the warning on Wednesday 18th January at a press briefing at the NDLEA national headquarters, Abuja to update the public on efforts by the Agency to rid the country of illicit substance abuse and drug trafficking on the second anniversary of his leadership of the anti-narcotics…

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